MTSU vs. Western Kentucky Sports Betting Picks Preview

Here is dissection of the key metrics used by sports betting experts in football handicapping in the contest between Middle Tennessee vs. Western Kentucky. The team that is better running the ball according to rushing yards per attempt is neither as it is a dead heat. Passing yards per completion says the more productive passing squad is favors MTSU by .5. Betting specialists employ yards per point, a number that on the offensive side of the ball favors Western Kentucky by .7.

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Now it’s time to focus on the numbers that the betting counselors cherish from a defensive standpoint. Yards per rush says the tougher defense is WKU by 1.2. In juxtaposing yards per reception statistics, the margin on defense puts the positive checkmark in the column of MTSU by .1. The often overlooked yards per point defensive advantage is possessed by Western Kentucky by 1.3. The net turnover ratio edge belongs to MTSU by two. 

Yards per point is determined by diving total yards by number of points. Offensively a lower number is considered more efficient. On defense, a higher number is better.



About the Author

Grandmaster Sports Handicapper Joe Duffy got his start in the sports handicapping industry with the Dial Sports (Communications Team) audiotext network. It was owned by sportswriter, broadcaster and handicapping pioneer Mickey Charles. Dial Sports was the sister company of the popular Sports Network Wire Service. Upon graduating California University of PA, where he was a play-by-play announcer on student radio station WVCS (now WCAL) and cable channel 29 (now CUTV), he became a full-time sports announcer and handicapper for the Sportsline scorephone network. He learned from NFL legends coach Hank Stram and broadcasting icon Ray Scott the ins and outs of the sports betting world. His Amazing Cadillac Club became the most successful 900-number in sports betting history. He left to become the first General Manager of the Freescoreboard scorephone network broadcast all over North America. His articles have appeared on several dozen websites and hard copy publications. He is now CEO of, the top sports betting site in the world. Email:

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  1. Andrew says:

    "The Red Raiders are 7-19 ATS in games after allowing 280 yards rushing." Does this seriously help me. I mean, what do obscure stats from 2006 mean now? Two coaching changes since then, 100% new roster and a bunch of rule changes. I hear all these programs rambling off stats that you can easily find now on the internet. I don't think it's helpful to ramble and read outdated stats. We want your insight and your opinion, not hear you read stats we can find on many sites. If you're looking for someone younger (30), with 10 years previous experience betting on sports to help you take your business to the next level… let me know.

    • sportsbook says:

      Thanks for the advice Andrew. That's the worst cover letter I've ever gotten. We'll keep you in mind if our winnings drop below 57 percent.

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